[email protected] webinar live today at 13:00 CET – The Quest for the Fastest Deployment Time
Our new webinar series [email protected] brings IT experts into your (home) office. In today’s webinar, L Körbes will show us how to speed up deployment time with the aim of getting the process so slick that it takes just 1 second! Even if 1 second seems like a pipe dream, L is sure to have some suggestions that could help you accelerate your “from code change to process running” benchmark faster.
We’re in the midst of a pandemic, and more and more developers are working in isolated environments or from home. With our webinar series [email protected] we want to counteract this social distance by bringing developers stuck in their homes together with tech talks – by professionals for professionals!
Tuesday, April 7, 13:00 CET – The Quest for the Fastest Deployment Time
Webinar with L Körbes
- …cache your deps with Docker layers or go mod,
- remove debugging data to make Go binaries smaller,
- pre-populate your container with the compiler cache,
- keep a container running, sync code diffs to it, and recompile in place,
- re-compile in place when you have a lot of memory and CPU,
- re-compile when a lack of memory and CPU make the Go compiler sad,
- use trickery to make binaries even smaller,
- or, one last trick… how each of these differ when using a local cluster versus a remote one.
The webinar will take place on the zoom.us platform and is freely open to all. Join us by clicking the following link:
L Körbes does developer relations at Tilt. Having worked at both Garden and Tilt—two of the very few companies 100% focused on the development experience side of Kubernetes—L is immersed in developer-facing issues, and constantly working to solve them. They first got acquainted with Kubernetes while writing code for kubectl, in a SIG CLI internship. They’ve spoken about Kubernetes and Go at world-famous events, and at countless local meet-ups. L is a proud recipient of a ‘Best Hair’ award.
Due to the coronavirus, social events all over the world have been restricted and office work has largely shifted to the home.
So if the majority of us are now spending time working from home, it just makes sense that we should want to network more closely. Several IT experts who are usually to be found at one of our conferences were enthusiastic about the idea of holding their talks from home and sharing them with others in their homes via live stream.
Tech talks from your desk
[email protected] aims to provide live talks twice a week on topics like Java, TypeScript, DevOps, microservices, machine learning, etc. Afterwards you will have the opportunity to ask questions and engage with the experts.